A Consensus Framework for Long-Term Care Financing Reform
February 25, 2016
This report offers several recommendations to improve the U.S. long-term care system, including a recommendation to raise wages and improve training standards for direct care workers. Other recommendations include the creation of universal catastrophic long-term care insurance system, as well as changes to Medicaid that would make securing long-term care less financially ruinous. The report is the final report of the Long-Term Care Financing Collaborative, a bipartisan group convened in 2012 to devise ways of improving access to long-term care in the U.S.